Do your staff work alone in potentially dangerous or hostile environments? Find out how you could improve lone worker safety and communications throughout your team with Caltta two-way radio.

Lone workers are individuals who work predominantly by themselves without close supervision or interaction with others within the organisation. This can include workers who –

  • Work from a fixed location
  • Work apart from others on the same premises

Lots of people who work alone, in many industries are often at risk from work related accidents violence, injury or illness.

Whilst it isn’t illegal for employees to work alone, as employers you do have a legal responsibility to protect your lone workers wherever possible.

Ask yourself this-

Do you have staff who work alone or in hazardous working conditions? If so, do you have everything in place to ensure the risks are minimised?

How can Caltta Two-Way Radio help you to protect your lone working staff?

In situations where staff members are at risk, reliable and efficient communications are essential.

If you think there is room for improvement when it comes to your lone workers you could substantially benefit from implementing Caltta two-way radio equipment within your business, a solution that has been proven to substantially decrease the risks of lone working.

Not only can Caltta two way radio systems provide instant communication to individuals or groups, they can also be programmed with a range of emergency features which have been designed with lone-workers in mind.

These features can include –

  • Lone Worker
  • Man Down
  • Emergency Button

How do these features work?

  • Your system can be programmed to trigger a tone alarm, which is sent to multiple locations. This alarm will alert the other radio users that there is potentially a problem. For example -the system can be programmed to trigger when:
  • Tilted vertically or horizontally
  • There is excessive or lack of motion (the latter is in a genuine ‘man down’ situation)
  • The emergency button is pressed
  • The radio is inactivate after a set time
  • The operator fails to respond to a message
  • These emergency features are perfect for many potential dangerous situations in a number of different sectors, for example – Security, construction, healthcare, education, retail to name but a few.


Find out more about Caltta Radio Communications here.